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 Post subject: Houston Ballet: 2008-09
PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2008 5:15 pm 
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Houston Ballet announces its 2008-09 season; Molly Glentzer reports in the Houston Chronicle:

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In the Houston Chronicle, Molly Glentzer reviews the Friday, September 26, 2008 performance of the Classically Modern program, which includes Balanchine's "Symphony in C," Hans van Manen's "Solo," Jerome Robbins' "Afternoon of a Faun," and Stanton Welch's "Mediaeval Baebes."

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In Playbill, Joseph Carman writes about Stanton Welch's version of "Swan Lake," to be presented by Houston Ballet from June 11-21, 2009.

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In the Houston Chronicle, Molly Glentzer previews the world premiere of Stanton Welch's "Marie," opening at the Wortham Theatre Center in Houston on February 26, 2009:

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A preview of the Company's new ballet "Marie Antoinette"

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Houston Ballet premieres new Marie Antoinette work
By MICHAEL GRACZYK Associated Press Writer
Posted: 02/21/2009 06:03:41 AM PST

HOUSTON—As her spending habits, wardrobe choices and overall behavior became fodder for the media and the public, the young princess became the object of gossip, backbiting and derision that ultimately led to her gruesome downfall.

Sex, lies, but no videotape for Marie Antoinette, the legendary French queen seen by Houston Ballet Artistic Director Stanton Welch as an 18th-century version of modern-day celebrities stalked by paparazzi and splashed across supermarket tabloids.


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Carles Ward talks with Houston Ballet Music Director Ermanno Florio about putting together the score for "Marie" in Playbill Arts:

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Molly Glentzer reviews the premiere of Stanton Welch's "Marie" in the Houston Chronicle:

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Robert Greskovic reviews "Marie" in the Wall Street Journal:

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Alastair Macaulay reviews "Marie" in the New York Times:

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In the Houston Chronicle, Molly Glentzer reviews a triple bill of Tudor's "The Leaves are Fading," Forsythe's "The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude," and Kylian's "Soldier's Mass."

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The Houston Ballet will be touring in Spain.

http://houstonballet.org/Ticketing_Sche ... t_on_Tour/

Unfortunately they are not performing on week-ends and they are not coming to Barcelona, so no chance for me to attend :(

Hope next time!

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Houston Ballet toured "Marie" to New Orleans. Chris Waddington reviews the performance in the New Orleans Times-Picayune:

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Molly Glentzer reviews Stanton Welch's "Swan Lake" in The Houston Chronicle:

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